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    can u guy help me rate the follwing racquet shalf and frame durability out of /10. the reason i need to know is i wan buy the racquet that will last me longer.

    yonex armoutech 150,250,300

    yonex nanospeed 800,4500,5000,6000

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    The Armortecs tend to be more durable than Nanospeeds in general. However, you should really choose a racket on whether you like it or not.

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    These racquets dont' have well know problems with durability (except maybe the NS6000, but maybe not).

    I'd say the armortecs probably 8/10, the nanospeeds 7/10.

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    My friend broke two nanospeed 5000 while stroking not even playing a match. but it just broke.

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    the most importantly i nid to know armoutech 150 and 250 durability cus thats is the cheapest and dun wish to spend extra money so the information means alot to me
    Last edited by Gold-; 02-21-2009 at 09:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vortxnat View Post
    My friend broke two nanospeed 5000 while stroking not even playing a match. but it just broke.
    could it be be tension + mishit problem? or possibly even the stringer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quik_silver View Post
    could it be be tension + mishit problem? or possibly even the stringer?
    it broke at the shaft. the string did not even break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    the most importantly i nid to know armoutech 150 and 250 durability cus thats is the cheapest and dun wish to spend extra money so the information means alot to me
    I haven't heard any horror stories about them. You should be fine with either.

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    Armotec is more durable. Nanospeeds feel alot weaker when playing IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    Armotec is more durable. Nanospeeds feel alot weaker when playing IMO.
    Really? I have Nanospeed 7700 (not bad) and now i try to get Armotec 700. Mostly I'm playing double, so is it will slow my speed?

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    I never tried the 7700 before. Only 9000 and 8000. But compared to the Armortec 900P and Arc 10 I feel the nano's are less durable.

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    Default Armortec 700 and Armortec 900 (power)

    Armortec 700 and Armortec 900 (power)
    Which one is reliable and good to use in term of smash and controling.
    Seek advice from players experience, thanks.

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    yup, i would definitely stay away from the nanos if you're worried about durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    yup, i would definitely stay away from the nanos if you're worried about durability.
    So how much is Arc 10 in penang or perak? Whare can i find it cheap? Anyone please help!

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    I can only provide info on ns5000 and at300 as I have both.
    I have no issues with any of them.
    Both went through crahes and mishit.
    at300 ends up with paintchips where else ns5000 has none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jensen9173 View Post
    So how much is Arc 10 in penang or perak? Whare can i find it cheap? Anyone please help!
    it's very expensive in penang, about rm680 i believe.
    you need to go to kl for a better deal, probably around rm600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    it's very expensive in penang, about rm680 i believe.
    you need to go to kl for a better deal, probably around rm600.
    RM 680 included all (string, grib and beg)? If it's I might consider. Btw, where i can get in penang?

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